Faculty Learning Community
The Faculty Learning Community (FLC) program was started in 2016 in response to the COE Strategic Plan 2014-2019, and featured regular lunch meetings where like-minded faculty could convene and discuss topics of mutual interest. The two original FLC tracks were in (1) student success, and (2) in engineering education. The current FLC content will feature online learning and instructional design. Faculty can contact Eileen Chen at firstname.lastname@example.org to get added to Canvas shell for 2019 resources.
- The Student Success FLC
3/3/2020 - 3/4/2020: Writing Across the Curriculum Working With Undergraduate Student Writers. Tom Moriarty, Department of English and Writing Across the Curriculum Program.
12/6/2019: Microagressions: How to reduce these in our classrooms along with give students skills to succeed in industry.
11/14/2019: Learning by Doing - Service and Community Engaged Learning: What are the benefits for engineering students along with the nuts and bolts of how to structure a successful project.
10/17/2019: Competency Based Assessment: What is already going on in our college and how to expand it.
9/25/2019: How are your students doing in your class and your department? Addressing issues you may be having in class now; Advanced tips on Canvas and technology in the classroom; Looking at our data in the CalState Dashboard.
4/26/2019: How Gradescope can help cut grading times and provide valuable insight into student learning. Presented by Gal Friedman and his team. 1) Apply for an account via Gradescop homepage, 2) a general Gradescope walkthrough video here, 3) scanning tips and best practices, 4) creating a homework assignment 5) Get Started and 6) email: email@example.com for questions.
9/27/2018: Piazza Workshop (Krystine Altamira, CaitlinMcGarry). A new toolkit faculty can be found here: piazza.com/toolkit, and for CTLs: piazza.com/ctl
5/3/2018: Flipped courses for the First In The World Grant (Laura Sullivan-Green).
11/1/2017: $3M First in the World Grant (Pat, Laura, and Dave). SJSU is one of three CSU campuses to collaborate on developing flipped course materials for Calculus I, Physics, and Circuits. Link to Tweet
- CoE Instructional Design past training workshops
Training Workshops and EventsZoom Series (for faculty and staff)9/4/2020: Zoom IV: Using iPad to write and sketch (Presented by Ishie Eswar, CmpE faculty)9/3/2020: Instructional Design: FAQ open session9/2/2020: Zoom IV: Using iPad to write and sketch (Presented by Carlos Rojas, CmpE faculty)8/28/2020: Zoom III: How to use Breakout Rooms to facilitate student collaboration8/27/2020: Zoom II: How to make learning more interactive and effective in Zoom8/26/2020: Zoom I: Meeting setup, in-session control, template, and recording optionsInstructional Design: FAQ open session (2)
8/25/2020, 8/19/2020Canvas Training Workshop (3)Using Rubrics, Outcomes, Learning Mastery Gradebook, and Gradebook (2)8/11/2020, 8/10/20208/7/2020: Communication, Collaboration, and Assessment (1)Teaching with Zoom IV (6)How to make learning more interactive and effective in Zoom (2)8/4/2020, 8/3/2020How to use a stylus and a mobile device for Whiteboard collaboration in Zoom (4)8/14/2020, 7/31/2020, 7/28/2020, 7/27/2020Hosting Zoom Meetings (for staff)
5/7/2020: Securing your Zoom meetingTeaching with Zoom Series II (for faculty)5/7/2020: Securing your Zoom meeting, Zoom classroom management, student report, and office hour templatesProctorio online exam tool (6)5/6/2020, 5/5/2020, 5/4/2020, 5/1/2020 (11:00am - 11:30pm), 5/1/2020 (2:00pm -2:30pm), 4/30/2020Teaching With Zoom II (Online Workshops)4/10/2020: Zoom classroom management, student report, and set up an office hourOnline Exam Series II (Online Workshops) (11)Lockdown Browser + Respondus (2)
4/10/2020, 4/8/2020ProctorU Overview (3)4/7/2020, 4/3/2020, 4/2/2020Teaching With Zoom I (get ready for remote teaching due to COVID 19) (7)
Topics: Zoom overview. Location: In-Person (ENGR 285/287)
- 3:00pm - 4:00pm, 3/10/2020 (Tuesday)
- 10:00am - 11:00am, 3/11/2020 (Wednesday)
- 11:00am - 12:00pm, 3/11/2020 (Wednesday)
- 3:00pm - 4:00pm, 3/11/2020( Wednesday)
- 10:00am - 12:00am, 3/12/2020(Thursday)* FAQ Special Session*
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm, 3/12/2020 (Thursday)
- 3:30pm - 4:30pm, 3/12/2020 (Thursday)
Location: Online Workshops (2)
- 9:30am - 10:30am, 3/13/2020 (Friday) Online
- 2:30am -3:30am, 3/13/2020 (Friday) Online